Straight off of Bourbon Street in New Orleans, this tender bourbon chicken is covered in a slightly sweet sauce with a little kick. It's a true taste of the South you won't be able to resist. There's even instructions for making it in the slow cooker! You can't get any easier than that!!
Slow Cooker New Orleans Roast Beef Po-Boy - inspired by our meal at Felix's in New Orleans. Only 5 ingredients! Slow cooked pot roast seasoned with cajun seasoning and simmered in an easy gravy. Can serve as a sandwich or over rice noodles or mashed potatoes. This stuff is SO good!! Better than the original!
Cajun rice or "dirty rice" is a well loved New Orleans dish and a Louisiana classic, with as many different recipes as there are cooks. Traditional Dirty Rice uses chopped chicken livers which gives it a distinctive flavor and a dark color dubbing it "dirty" rice. It typically includes the trinity with da' Pope, which is diced bell pepper, celery, onion, and garlic. This is my favorite version.
Creole Bread Pudding Recipe - from the historic Brennan's Restaurant in Houston, Texas. The Restaurant first opened in 1967 as a sister restaurant to the world famous Commander's Palace in New Orleans.
New Orleans-Style Scalloped Corn Recipe- Recipes This colorful casserole is popular for family gatherings in many New Orleans homes. I started making it years ago, and now our grown sons include it on their own menus.—Mrs. Priscilla Gilbert, Indian Harbour Beach, Florida
Slow Cooker New Orleans Roast Beef Po-Boy - inspired by our meal at Felix's in New Orleans. Only 5 ingredients! Slow cooked pot roast seasoned with cajun seasoning and simmered in an easy gravy. Can serve as a sandwich or over rice, noodles or mashed potatoes. This stuff is SO good!! Better than the original!
This traditional New Orleans recipe was handed down by my mother. Made from scratch, the simplicity is what makes it delicious and a favorite in homes and restaurants. Just remember to always used Louisiana crawfish tails, NEVER Chinese crawfish! Many people think that New Orleans food is spicy hot, but that's not true. Many tourist area restaurants over-spice their foods, thus giving Cajun food a wrong image. Real New Orleans cooks season their dishes with the Holy Trinity, (onion, celery…